Monday, April 30, 2012

1972 Excalibur Series II Phaeton

1972 Excalibur Series II Phaeton.  (S/N 726145) Powered by a V-8 454 CID Chevrolet Motor with a Turbo Hydra-Matic 3-Speed Automatic Transmission. Complete with soft top, tonneau cover, and side curtains. The Excalibur has Power Steering, Power Brakes,  tilt and telescopic steering wheel,  leather seats, lay-down windshield,Auto-Matic 3-Speed Transmission, Dual Exhaust, Rochester 4-Barrel Carburetor and Dayton Wire Wheels.
This car runs and drives well. You have the look of a Classic Car with all the components of a modern car The Excalibur goes down the road with ease and is a pleasure to drive. With a top advertised speed of 124 mph. there is plenty of power for whatever your pleasure may be.  Priced to sell at $29,500.

1913 Regal Underslung Roadster.

1913 Regal Underslung Roadster. One of a few known to exist. Purchased in 1930 by Henry Ford for Greenfield Village. Call or Email for details.

Monday, April 23, 2012

1926 Chrysler 5-Passenger Touring Car

1926 Chrysler 5-Passenger Touring Car. (Model G-70) 6 Cylinder 218.6 CID. Four Wheel Hydraulic Brakes. Just out of long term storage. Excellent original car. Solid as they come. Nice original upholstery and door panels. Complete with tonneau cover. Proven tour car! In fact, this Chrysler has been driven on several Glidden Tours all the way back to 1966. Price $28,500.

Monday, April 16, 2012

1932 Marmon 8-125 Convertible Coupe

1932 Marmon 8-125 Convertible Coupe. Reportedly one of two known to exist. The Marmon is a Full Classic and would be a excellent tour car as previously proven. Recently invited and shown at the 2011 Indianapolis 500 (100th Anniversary) of The Celebration of Automobiles.
The Marmon has been toured extensively by the previous owner. The paint has imperfections as seen in the photos. The tan canvas top is like new and fits like a glove. The leather upholstery is very nice and soft-- with the door panels showing some wear. The Marmon runs and drives excellent and starts easily every time. This is a very nice driving car that steers with ease. It is even equipped with turn signals and seat belts !!

Brass Era Ford Model-T Speedster

For those first owners who wanted excitement and sporting fun, a Model T Ford was an easy conversion to a Speedster, much as the case with many cars of the period. Driving a Model T is always an experience, but the added wind-in-the-face Speedster brings more smiles per mile than many faster, but also more complicated classics.

This Ford Model T Speedster presented here is an older restoration of a great example of a brass Ford speedster. The car runs and drives well and would give many more years of enjoyment and entertainment to its new owner. The car presents itself very well.

The car is equipped with matching E&J Headlights, E&J Cowl Lights and a E&J Taillight. The speedster is equipped with a Starter and updated with a Distributor. This car is titled as a 1927 Ford but has been restored and assembled using original and later Ford Approved Model-T parts.
(Driver For Display Purposes Only) (Driver Does Not Sell With Car)

Friday, April 6, 2012

1939 Cadillac 60 Special Sedan With Rare Sunshine Roof

This 1939 Cadillac Sixty Special is a very rare and unique car. Shipped January 30, 1939 to Phoenix Arizona at a cost of $1951.83. Three major options wee offered for the Sixty Special as seen on this car: dual sidemounts ( additional $100), an all-leather interior (a pricey $300), and the Sunshine Turret-Top Roof ($85 extra).
The Sixty Special was powered by the same 346cid/135hp flathead V-8 engine used in all other ,1938 through '1940 eight-cylinder Cadillacs. Originally available in only one body style, a four-door five-passenger touring sedan. The Sixty Special had sales of 3703, outselling all other 1938 Cadillac models.
The car offered here won its Primary Classic Car Club of America award in 1997, Senior award at the 1998 Classic Car Club of America Annual Meeting and then followed up with its Premier award in 1999. The car has since been pampered and well cared for. Now ready for its new owner for much more pleasure and enjoyment.